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Seeking revenge, a man named Lewis grabs a woman from the street, locks her in a soundproof 10 x 10 cell in his house and works to extort a dark secret from her.
The woman won't give in to her kidnapper so easily and proves a formidable match for him.
Sam Rockwell and William H. Macy star in this crime thriller directed by David M. Rosenthal. When hunter John Moon (Rockwell) mistakingly shoots a young girl in the woods he follows her trail back to a cabin where he finds a briefcase full of money. Ever the opportunist, John decides to take the money and treat his girlfriend to a better lifestyle. When he gets a visit from a mysterious man named Pitt (Macy) however, he realises that he has entered a world of underground criminals who will stop at nothing to get their money back.
The complete series 1-4 of Lynda La Plante's crime drama following DC Anna Travis (Kelly Reilly). In series one the newly qualified Travis joins a team on the hunt for a particularly gruesome serial killer. When the latest victim is found and doesn't fit the usual profile of the killer's victims, Travis sets out to prove herself, even if that means becoming personally involved. In series two, 'The Red Dahlia', the discovery of the mutilated body of a young woman seems to echo that of the notorious unsolved Los Angeles 'Black Dahlia' murder of the 1940s. Fearing they have a copycat killer on the loose, Travis and DCI Langton (Ciarán Hinds) try to pre-empt the killer's next moves by using clues from the original murder. In series three, 'Deadly Intent', the shooting of former drug squad officer Frank Brandon (Callum Sutherland) opens yet another intriguing case for Travis and her sidekick, DCI Langton, as the pair discover connections between the dead man and an infamous drug overlord. Finally, the fourth series sees Travis set out to investigate the murder of a famous young actress. With the case anything but straightforward and Langton acting up after missing out on promotion, the talented investigator will need to dig deep if she wants to get to the bottom of the mystery.
Semi-fictionalised account of a few days in the life of poet Dylan Thomas. The film follows Thomas (Celyn Jones) around 1950s New York as he is accompanied to a performance by literary professor John Brinnin (Elijah Wood). As Brinnin tries to save his friend Thomas from his rampant alcoholism, the pair exchange insights about poetry and what it means to each of them, often to the fury of the other. In addition to performing, they also critique students' work together and debate with Ivy League professors, but nothing it seems can tear Thomas away from his self-destructive path.
Greg Kinnear and Kelly Reilly star in this drama directed by Randall Wallace. Based on the true story novelised by Todd Burpo (portrayed by Kinnear), the film recounts the day when his son Colton (Connor Corum) had a near-death experience. After coming round from an emergency operation to save his life, Colton begins talking about how he met his great grandfather who died 30 years before he was born and also his sister whom his mother, Sonja (Reilly) had miscarried. When his parents ask him how he knows about these people Connor explains that he met them in Heaven. As Todd and Sonja attempt to deal with the possibility that their son has actually been to Heaven, their neighbours start to question their sanity.
Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law reprise their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson in Guy Ritchie's second adaptation of the classic Arthur Conan Doyle detective novels. When the Crown Prince of Austria is found dead, Inspector Lestrade (Eddie Marsan) pronounces suicide as the cause of death. But Sherlock Holmes deduces that the prince has been murdered - and is soon untangling an international web of intrigue, in which all threads appear to lead to criminal mastermind Professor Moriarty (Jared Harris). The supporting cast includes Stephen Fry, Kelly Reilly, Geraldine James and Noomi Rapace.
Colin Farrell stars in this drama based on the memoirs of war correspondent Scott Anderson. After a traumatic near-death experience in war-torn Kurdistan, battle-scarred photojournalist Mark (Farrell) returns home to Dublin separated from his friend and colleague David (Jamie Sives). As Mark struggles to pull his life back together with the help of his wife Elena (Paz Vega) and her father, renowned Spanish psychoanalyst Joaquin Morales (Christopher Lee), the shocking truth behind David's disappearance is gradually revealed.
The great Victorian detective returns in this action thriller directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Robert Downey Jr (in a Golden Globe-winning performance), Jude Law, Rachel McAdams and Mark Strong. Based on a new story by producer Lionel Wigram using Arthur Conan Doyle's famous characters, the film follows Sherlock Holmes (Downey Jr) and his loyal assistant Dr Watson (Law) as they deal with a mysterious new nemesis: Lord Blackwood (Strong), a cult leader and Satanist who harbours the most deadly of intentions. Abandoning the accepted portrayals of Holmes and Watson, as perfected by Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in the films of the 1930s and '40s, Downey Jr's Holmes is a modern, bohemian man of action and intellect, while Law's Watson is no longer the bumbling fool of old, but a much sharper character with an eye for the ladies and a taste for gambling.
Based on the novels by Winston Graham, this made-for-TV movie follows the highly acclaimed 1970s TV series telling the story of Cornish mine owner, Captain Ross Poldark (John Bowe).
Ten years have passed from the ending of the original series and, in this feature length edition, Poldark is now a Westminster MP. While Poldark is based in London, his wife Demelza (Mel Martin) and their son Jeremy (Ioan Gruffud) battle to keep the family's mining interests alive. When the Tory government decide to continue the War with France, it spells disaster for his arch rival George Warleggan. Will Poldark be able to take advantage of Warleggan's misfortune and protect the livelihood of the Cornish communities?
Meanwhile romance and intrigue are in the air, as Poldark's daughter Clowance is torn between the love of an aristocratic young man and a mysterious stranger, Stephen Cravenson.
British director Nicholas Roeg's first film in 15 years is a supernatural drama set amidst the rolling hills of the Irish countryside. Needing to escape the city and her demanding boss Lars (Donald Sutherland), young architect Liffrey (Kelly Reilly) and boyfriend Richard (Oscar Pearce) buy a cottage in the Irish hills to restore. The Tucker family, who lived there previously and have now moved to a nearby farm, soon make the couple uneasy, especially mother-of-three daughters Mabs (Miranda Richardson), who can't hide her desire to have a son. The atmosphere takes a turn for the worse when Liffrey announces she's pregnant, mainly because Mabs's mother Molly (Rita Tushingham) has been trying, through use of the black arts, to finally have her own grandson. Isolated in her pregnancy, Liffrey is soon surrounded by a family convinced that the baby she is carrying rightly belongs to Mabs.
Romain Duris, Audrey Tautou and Kelly Reilly star in this French comedy drama sequel from film-maker Cédric Klapisch. Duris reprises his role from the previous two films, 'The Spanish Apartment' (2002) and 'Russian Dolls' (2005), as writer Xavier Rousseau. Now having reached the age of 40, Xavier's life is in a downward spiral. He breaks up with his wife Wendy (Reilly), who moves to New York, along with their two children, to live with her new partner John (Peter Hermann). Desperate to be near his kids, Xavier also heads for the city and stays in a friend's apartment in Chinatown. When his visa runs out he weds Chinese-American Nancy (Li Jun Li) in order to become a permanent resident. Meanwhile, he fathers a child with lesbian friend Isabelle (Cécile De France) and reconnects with ex-girlfriend Martine (Tautou). Can he get his life back on track?
Inter-European rites-of-passage comedy drama about seven students of different nationalities sharing a flat in Barcelona. Romain Duris stars as Xavier, a French economics student who, through a connection of his father's, is offered a good job at the Ministry of Finance on the condition that he learns Spanish. He immediately enrols on a language programme in Barcelona, despite the misgivings of his girlfriend, Martine (Audrey Tautou, star of 'Amelie') and moves into 'l'auberge Espagnole' (the Spanish apartment), where the diverse personalities of his fellow housemates change his life forever. The film premiered at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.
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